Newcourt Barton

Farmhouse in Cullompton, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Langford
Cullompton
Devon
England
EX15 1SE

Newcourt Barton, Cullompton

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Accommodation Description:

Award winning Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast set in delightful location. 4 miles M5 junction 28. Convenient overnight stop for Exeter, Westpoint, Airport, travelling further south or ideal touring base for coast, Dartmoor, Exmoor, National Trust Properties.

Single, Double, Twin and Families all welcome. FREE wifi. Coarse fishing ponds.

Whether on business, holiday or just visiting family we offer a home from home environment. Own key with separate access, ensuite rooms, fridge, microwave. Early breakfast catered for.

Choose from our extensive menu either Full English or a lighter alternative. Price includes breakfast. Pubs nearby serving excellent food.

 4 star rating

From: £40.00

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